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be more secure. there will need to be some changes and protections in the law in order to facilitate that sort of exchange. >> are there limitations on information sharing between companies? >> sure. absolutely. there are liability laws that limit that. some of the regulations from the regulators limit some of that. again, this is always a balancing act. you do not want companies in the same industry to share so much information that you get into serious antitrust issues. on the other hand, we do not want to let the theoretical be the enemy of the good. there has been a lot in the news lately about attacks coming at major u.s. financial institutions. they need to be able to share that information about those attacks so they can better or tech themselves. making sure it -- better protect themselves. making sure there is no legal concerns facilitating that exchange is part of where we need to go, i think. >> when it comes to cybersecurity, how do you see the role of the federal government in protect in private institutions such as banks, etc.? >> that is an evolving question. on the ar
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